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Day 117. Conference

In December 2012 on December 7, 2012 at 12:47 pm

adelaide oval

I’ve always loved a good conference.

Last week I was lucky enough to attend the mother of all biological science conferences, the Australian Health and Medical Research Congress, held on Adelaide’s River Torrens and overlooking the renovation of the iconic Adelaide Oval (shown above).

Here are a few teasers for articles I wrote from the Congress for BioInnovationSA.

South Australia advances endometriosis research

The strong capabilities of South Australian research in reproductive health were demonstrated at The Australian Health and Medical Research Congress, held in Adelaide 25-28 November 2012, through a BioSA sponsored session entitled Endometriosis: Risk Factors, Impact and Diagnosis.

Click here to access the full article.

Stem cell science: from basic research to social media

The past, present and future of stem cell science was explored in a diverse program arranged by the Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR) at the AHMR Congress. Adelaide Scientist Dr Robyn Meech invited international guest Dr Connie Eaves to present an insight into stem cell work that dates back to 40-50 years ago.

Click here to access the full article.

Top prize for Adelaide pathology researcher

Dr Natasha Kolesnikoff, an Adelaide pathology researcher at the Centre for Cancer Biology, won the MacPhee Award for best poster at the Molecular and Experimental Pathology Society of Australasia (MEPSA) Annual Scientific Meeting held as part of the AHMR Congress.

Click here to access the full article.

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